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Curriculum Team Leader - Engineering

Imperial Workforce
Closing date
30 Jun 2022

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Curriculum Team Leader - Engineering

Salary: £33,500 - £38,500 per annum

Type: Permanent

Location: Teesside

Hours: Monday - Friday - Office hours - 37 hours per week

Benefits: 45 days holiday plus BH, Teacher pension plus many more

Imperial Recruitment Group are currently recruiting for North East largest college on a retained basis who are looking to recruit a Curriculum Team Leader within Engineering.

  • Provide an example of academic excellence within the course team.
  • Undertake all operational management of the curriculum area.
  • Undertake all aspects of line management of the team including performance appraisals of staff, monitoring and development.
  • Guide staff in the discharge of their curriculum duties across a range of innovative delivery models.
  • Lead on the development of interesting and effective Schemes of Work.
  • Promote use of ILT in curriculum delivery.
  • Promote innovative teaching and learning approaches, and implement the Learning, Teaching & Assessment Strategy.
  • Carry out 'walk throughs' including feeding back to staff.
  • Ensure students are registered with the Awarding Body.
  • Complete all PVC requests.
  • Meet all Awarding Body validation, delivery, and assessment requirements.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of Awarding Body developments.
  • Comply with all College quality assurance policies and procedures
  • Allocate and monitor staff timetables working closely with the Director / Associate Director / Hofs.
  • Ensure optimum deployment of staff giving effective and efficient utilisation within the terms of contracts.
  • Ensure that there is effective cover for any absent staff.
  • Work closely with Director / Associate Director / Hofs to ensure the internal and external validation of all proposed curriculum products and delivery models prior to course commencement. (Study Programmes, Apprenticeship Frameworks, 19+, Higher Education and commercial offer).
  • Work closely with the Director / Associate Director / Hofs to provide curriculum quality assurance in the design process.
  • Implement College quality systems and processes.
  • Embed a process of continuous improvement within curriculum provision.
  • Provide and act upon data relating to student and course performance.
  • Provide information in response to college routine management requests.
  • Reporting/monitoring systems such as Proachieve and Promonitor to provide accurate and up to date information.
  • Ensure the tracking and monitoring of students/apprentice's progress and achievement is standardised, accurate and transparent to all.
  • Provide all information in a timely manner.
  • Commit to and implement the College's Student Disciplinary Policy and Procedures.
  • Promote and support appropriate standards of student behaviour.
  • Agree relevant targets with Director / Associate Director / Hofs on a regular basis in line with curriculum planning cycles, and alert Director / Associate Director / Hofs shortfalls.
  • Manage staff and courses efficiently and effectively to deliver the agreed targets.
  • Work with Director / Associate Director / Hofs to lead the team in their preparation of documentation for internal and external inspection.
  • Ensure that staff are fully prepared for internal and external inspection
  • Produce the SAR and QuiP for the curriculum area.
  • Ensure all staff and student surveys are completed in a timely manner.
  • Effectively communicate with staff.
  • Ensure that formally required meetings are held and minuted.
  • Ensure appropriate team representation in cross college meetings/forums.
  • Ensure all new staff are inducted and supported in line with the College's Start for Success Policy.
  • Carry out teaching duties as identified in the separate section.
  • Identifying and addressing activities, which present a risk to the health and safety of students and staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with College policies and procedures relating to health and safety.
  • To take appropriate responsibility for the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of students/apprentices and/or vulnerable adults.
  • Undertake such duties as are reasonably allocated either permanently or from time to time.
  • To work at and travel between any of the College sites.

  • Hold a relevant vocational qualification to at least level 3
  • To be a qualified Teacher or must be prepared to commence an appropriate teaching qualification on appointment to the post.
  • Personal commitment to keeping your professional knowledge up to date and improving your capabilities.
  • Grade C/4 or above in Maths and English (or equivalent) or willing to work towards it.
  • Personal commitment to keeping your professional knowledge up to date and improving your capabilities - Desirable.
  • To be qualified assessor/internal verifier or willing to work toward - Desirable.
  • Relevant current knowledge and / or experience.
  • Relevant experience in a teaching position in Further Education or Secondary Education or

within a professional environment - Desirable.

For more information about this opportunity please contact Imperial Recruitment Group ASAP
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